[OTR-dev] Clever logging for weechat_otr plugin (+ log management discussion)
dgoulet at ev0ke.net
Thu Mar 14 15:46:18 EDT 2013
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"Daniel ".koolfy" Faucon":
> On Thu, 14 Mar 2013 12:10:02 -0400 Ian Goldberg
> <ian at cypherpunks.ca> wrote:
>> On Wed, Mar 13, 2013 at 12:35:51PM +0100, Daniel .koolfy Faucon
>>> - pidgin-otr as a checkbox to disable logging of OTR
>>> conversations, but it's not checked by default.
>> Wait; didn't this change in 4.0.0? If I remember correctly, the
>> default is now not to log, *and* whenever an OTR session starts,
>> it *tells* you whether it's logging or not.
>> [And if you're wondering why I wouldn't be the one to know this
>> for sure, well, it's just been that kind of month.]
>> - Ian
> I just checked on a clean environment, and indeed, what pidgin-otr
> 4.0.0 does is pretty much what I suggested. You are right.
> Great choice.
> I think I'll actually conform the weechat-otr plugin to this
> behavior. (ie: add an option to re-enable OTR logging with a
> warning displayed)
> Now, some questions are left:
> - How hard would it be to make the same on irssi-otr ?
Understand the logging system in irssi is the first step and how to
deactivate logging on a per conversation basis and also activate it!
I was thinking about a "/otr log" command that activates or not
logging for the current session and by default no log would be the choice.
> - How hard would it be to convince Jitsi devs to do the same ? (I
> think I'll contact them.)
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